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Chrissy Teigen loses baby after pregnancy complications, calling it the 'darkest of days'
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have lost their child following pregnancy complications, the couple announced on their social media accounts.
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10 photos capturing Game 1 of Dodgers vs. Brewers in wild-card playoffs
Ten photos that capture Game 1 of the National League wild-card series between the Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday.
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Yankees able to bail out the bullpen — this time: Sherman
Game 2 started in September and ended in October. It had a rain delay both without and with actual rain. It was filled with walks and runs, yet basically crawled for more than four hours. The Yankees only won this game and clinched this series against the Indians because the length, discipline and power of...
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Why Election Jitters Have Traders Chasing Butterflies
Heading into presidential elections, traders typically try to hedge their bets based on which candidate might win. This time around, U.S. markets are increasingly trying to gauge how big of a mess the aftermath might be. With President Donald Trump all but promising to dispute the results if he loses -- on top of coronavirus case counts creeping higher and stalled stimulus negotiations -- the Nov. 3 election has already become the most expensive event to hedge against ever. Here’s a look at the
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Dodgers bullpen holds off Brewers to take Game 1 of wild-card series
The Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 to take Game 1 of their wild-game series on Wednesday at Dodger Stadium.
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Vendor at Trump rally says he's seen uptick in QAnon merchandise demand
CNN reporter Donie O'Sullivan speaks to a vendor outside a Trump rally in Duluth, Minnesota, who says he has seen an increase in demand for QAnon merchandise.
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Hernández: Walker Buehler's blister saga reveals a deeper truth — Dodgers aren't invincible
Walker Buehler's Game 1 performance made it clear that questions about the Dodgers' starting rotation will follow the team throughout the playoffs.
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FDA won't reveal why AstraZeneca vaccine is still on hold in US
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Plaschke: Lakers make a Finals statement; this might be over already
The Lakers whisked their way to a 116-98 victory over the wide-eyed and weak-kneed Miami Heat on Wednesday in an NBA Finals Game 1 win that felt like a clincher.
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Yankees storm back to complete sweep of Indians, advance to ALCS
The Yankees and Indians went back and forth all night, with New York ultimately scoring two in the ninth inning to finish off the sweep.       
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New York workers left behind by pandemic response
Many of New York City's restaurants are operating with skeleton staffing levels as they try and survive in the face of the pandemic. The cautious reopening has left many unemployed restaurant workers to wonder when or if they will go back to work. (Oct. 1)       
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Yankees rally in 9th to stun Indians, advance to ALDS
Get ready for Yankees-Rays in the ALDS. The Yankees earned their way into the best-of-five affair against their AL East rivals by outslugging the Indians on the way to an exhausting 10-9 victory in Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series on Wednesday night at Cleveland’s Progressive Field. After flushing a pair of two-run...
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In Appalachian Ohio, war on poverty rages on
It's been 56 years since President Lyndon Johnson unveiled his plan for a "Great Society" in Ohio to combat rural poverty and racial injustice across the U.S. But much of Appalachian Ohio still has child poverty rates higher than 30%. (Oct. 1)       
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Governor Newsom vetoes high school ethnic studies bill
The legislation would have required all public high school students in the state to complete a semester of ethnic studies.
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Hong Kong is China, Like It or Not
After months of chaos in the city, something had to be done, and the Chinese government did it.
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Chrissy Teigen announces miscarriage in heartbreaking Instagram post
Model and entrepreneur Chrissy Teigen revealed that she suffered a miscarriage in a heartbreaking Instagram post on Wednesday night. The 34-year-old mother of two, who was expecting a boy she called Jack, had been hospitalized in Los Angeles over the weekend and received blood transfusions after experiencing bleeding during the last month of her pregnancy. “We...
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Colleges are exploding with COVID and have lax testing. One school is keeping cases down.
Tiny Colby College is running one of the nation's most rigorous COVID testing programs. So far, it's working to keep coronavirus cases at bay.       
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What to watch on Thursday: ‘Let’s Be Real’ on Fox
October 1, 2020 | “Gangs of London” on AMC.
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Lawmaker corners former pharma CEO in blistering interrogation
Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) did the math in an interrogation of the former CEO from pharmaceutical company Celgene over the connection between rising drug prices and the CEO's compensation.
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Live Updates: SCOTUS fight ramps up after first debate
The Supreme Court nomination fight -- a partisan political battle -- continues to rage following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Live Updates: 2020 presidential election heats up after first debate
The campaign trail is heating up between President Trump and Joe Biden after both parties squared off during a highly anticipated debate on Tuesday in Ohio.
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Chrissy Teigen announces pregnancy loss after brief hospitalization
Chrissy Teigen has lost her baby following a hospitalization.
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Trump plans to slash refugee admissions to US to record low
The Trump administration has proposed further slashing the number of refugees the United States accepts to a new record low number in the coming year
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Game 1 Was a Disaster for the Miami Heat. It Could’ve Been Even Worse.
At least they made Anthony Davis work up a sweat.
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Photos: Lakers cruise past Heat in NBA Finals opener
Anthony Davis and LeBron James played like superstars to lead the Lakers to a 116-98 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Sept. 30, 2020.
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Celebrities Accuse Trump of White Supremacy over 'Stand Back and Stand By' Comments
Leftist Hollywood stars freaked out over President Donald Trump's comments about white supremacists and the Proud Boys during the first presidential debate on Tuesday. Celebrities seized on the the president's remarks as an opportunity to equate him and his supporters to white supremacists, while fanning the flames of panic that the commander in chief was making a veiled threat to his opponents.
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Laura Ingraham: President Trump’s accomplishments are ‘beyond debate’
Amid the mainstream media’s relentless criticism of President Trump's performance during Tuesday night’s presidential debate, Fox News host Laura Ingraham pointed out Wednesday that there’s no disputing the president's successes.
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Trump's latest punt on White supremacy shows a debate rebound will be tough
President Donald Trump's failure yet again to unequivocally condemn White supremacy Wednesday -- to clear up a chilling moment from his debate clash with Democratic nominee Joe Biden -- shows how he may find it impossible to reboot for their next crucial contest.
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Trump's latest punt on White supremacy shows a debate rebound will be tough
• Analysis: Trump's shocking moment that you probably missed
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September 30 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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What Is Palantir? Never Profitable Company, Born With Help of CIA Seed Money, Makes Market Debut
Palantir, tech billionaire Peter Thiel's mysterious data analysis company, completed its first day as a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
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The Apocalypse, Dystopias, and Social Distancing: Study Explores People's Weird Covid-19 Dreams
The study involved over 4,000 people who answered questions about their sleep and dreams during lockdown.
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Arkansas Police Chief Files Lawsuit Against Police Union, Alleging Conspiracy Against Reform
The 95-page lawsuit names 23 defendants and alleges a 20-year campaign to undermine police chiefs and mayoral candidates who sought departmental change.
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Gaetz: When It Comes to Hunter Biden -- Chris Wallace Was 'Disgraceful' as Debate Moderator
It did not go unnoticed that during Tuesday's presidential debate, moderator Chris Wallace gave openings for former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, to avoid responding to difficult questions, including those about his son Hunter Biden's business dealings. Among those was Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).
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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: ObamaCare and the Supreme Court -- can the government force us to eat broccoli?
The Affordable Care Act -- ObamaCare -- is back in the news.
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My public charter school is one of my greatest passions
Jalen Rose talks about one of his great passions: the public charter school that he founded.
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World Series quest begins despite the lack of playoff atmosphere at Dodger Stadium
The Dodgers are excited to begin the road to their first World Series in 32 years, even without fans in a weirdly quiet stadium against a mediocre opponent.
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Ask Amy: Personal trainer needs some personal training
Reader has an affair with a client, gets in fistfight with husband, then is shocked to lose job.
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Miss Manners: Job applicant miffed at impersonal responses
Despite investing time in research, reader receives mass emails or none at all.
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Hints From Heloise: At the store, there’s no safety in numbers
Reader wonders why people go shopping with friends and relatives during the pandemic.
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Maldives set to become world's first country to offer a traveler loyalty program
They won't just be for airlines and hotels anymore -- Maldives is on track to become the first country in the world to have its own hospitality loyalty program.
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Sean Hannity tells mainstream media: 'Spare us your phony indignation' over debate fireworks
Americans see right through the mainstream media's "phony" outrage over the fractious nature of Tuesday's first presidential debate, Sean Hannity argued Wednesday.
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Anthony Davis, LeBron James lead Lakers to dominating win over Heat in NBA Finals opener
The Lakers defeat the Miami Heat 116-98 to take Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday.
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We are one vote away from losing our fundamental liberties
When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on September 18th, she left a vacancy on the Supreme Court just 46 days before one of the most consequential presidential elections in our nation's history. This past weekend, President Donald Trump nominated an eminently qualified judge -- Amy Coney Barrett -- to fill the vacancy left by Justice Ginsburg, and I believe the Senate will confirm her before Election Day.
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Sen. Ted Cruz: We are one vote away from losing our fundamental liberties
The Republican Party followed historical precedent in 2016 and is doing the same in 2020 when it comes to deciding on voting to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat, writes Sen. Ted Cruz. Furthermore, Cruz writes, we need a full court on Election Day, given the high likelihood we're going to see litigation that goes to the court. We need a nine justice Supreme Court that can give a definitive answer for the country.
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Michelle Obama shares sympathy with viewers 'turned off' by Trump-Biden debate
Former first lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday said she understood those who were “turned off” by President Trump’s behavior during Tuesday's first presidential debate.
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Anthony Davis, Lakers take Game 1 of NBA Finals over hobbled Heat
The old saying in basketball goes – you live by the three and you die by the three. The Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat took note of that Wednesday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
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Listen to Episode 38 of ‘Up In The Blue Seats’: Thank You, Henrik Lundqvist
The Henrik Lundqvist era with the New York Rangers came to an end Wednesday, when the team announced they were buying out the final year of his contract. Fifteen seasons, one trip to the Stanley Cup Finals and so many accolades later, King Henrik will move on to the next step in his career. To...
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